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1991 Acura NSX by Clarion Builds Heads to AEM For A Custom Cold Air Intake

Clarion USA Clarion Builds Acura NSX at CES 2016

Clarion USA included the mostly complete Clarion Builds Acura NSX in its display at CES 2016 and gave major companies and industry professionals a glimpse of what is to come

The Clarion Builds program is an innovative marketing plan that began in the summer of 2014 and was initiated by Clarion USA to tackle unique restoration projects of iconic cars and trucks. Each project will be accomplished in cooperation with key partners that are hand-selected for each individual project. The Clarion Builds program is designed to connect with new and existing fans who are car enthusiasts, automotive sports fans, journalists, historians, and anyone with an interest in design and style, through a mix of social and traditional media.

rebuilt and supercharged Acura NSX engine to be equipped with AEM CAI

AEM will be integral in equipping the Clarion Builds NSX with a specialized cold air induction system that unlocks the full potential of the freshly rebuilt and supercharged Acura NSX engine

AEM Induction Systems partnered with Clarion USA as a gold level sponsor for the second installment in the Clarion Builds saga, the complete restoration and tasteful modification of a legendary first-year Acura NSX. AEM® will be integral in equipping the Clarion Builds NSX with a specialized cold air intake system that unlocks the full potential of the freshly rebuilt and supercharged Acura NSX engine. AEM brings over 20 years of import tuner heritage to the build, AEM Dryflow performance air filter technology and cold air intake know-how to ensure the Clarion Builds' 1991 Acura NSX will perform as good as it looks.

AEM to ensure Clarion Builds 1991 Acura NSX cold air intake will perform

AEM will use its 20 years of import tuner heritage and AEM Dryflow air filter technology to ensure the Clarion Builds 1991 Acura NSX cold air intake will perform as good as it looks

Headquartered in Cypress, California, the Clarion Corporation of America is a subsidiary of Japan-based Clarion Co. Ltd, which has been a consolidated subsidiary of the Hitachi Group since 2006. Clarion has been an international leader in car audio and electronics since 1940. As a major player in the car audio world Clarion USA recently attended the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show, also known as CES, held each January at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Clarion USA included the mostly complete Clarion Builds Acura NSX in its display at CES 2016 and gave major companies as well as industry professionals a glimpse of what is to come for the NSX.

AEM will build a one-off Acura NSX cold air intake using AEM Dryflow technology and carbon fiber

Without spoiling too much, AEM plans to build a one-off Acura NSX intake system using AEM Dryflow technology and carbon fiber components hand-laid on-site by the AEM composites department

The Clarion Builds Acura NSX will travel from Las Vegas, Nevada to Scottsdale, Arizona for the Barret-Jackson collector car auction taking place January 23-31, 2016. Following the Barret-Jackson appearance aimed at promoting the upcoming charity auction of the first Clarion Builds project, the CB 1991 Acura NSX will travel to the AEM Induction Systems R&D and manufacturing facility in Riverside, California. Without spoiling too much, know that AEM plans to build a one-off Acura NSX cold air intake system using AEM Dryflow technology and carbon fiber components hand-laid on-site by the AEM composites department.

Stay tuned for more details on the CB Acura NSX when it reaches AEM's R&D facility at the beginning of February, 2016. Photos and videos will be taken throughout the project and will be officially revealed on the Clarion Builds, as well as AEM, website.

AEM offers cold air intake systems, short ram intakes, and AEM air filters for many vehicles. Use the Search by Car or Truck tool to find performance upgrades from AEM. To find an AEM dealer near you, use the Search for AEM Dealer tool on AEMintakes.com.


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